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History of the Bishops in Our Diocese

Our diocese traces its roots to 1803 when 45 Protestants voted to form a new congregation (what is now Christ Church Cathedral) and the vast majority of parishioners voted Episcopal over Presbyterian and Methodist. It would take until 1838 for the Diocese of Louisiana...

From the Transition Committee

Hello from your Transition Committee! We are one of the three bodies tasked with finding, electing and installing the XII Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana. The Search and Nominating Committee will wrap up their work at the end of March by presenting their nominees...

February 3 Update from the Search Committee

Bishop Thompson, the 11th Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana announced in March last year that he is retiring in November 2022. The Diocese includes the two largest metro areas in Louisiana, New Orleans and Baton Rouge, along with smaller churches from Innis to...

Bishop’s Staff Changes

Audrey ThreefootAudrey Threefoot, the diocesan archivist, retired from her volunteer ministry on August 9. For over 20 years, Audrey has answered research requests and cared for and preserved the historical documents and artifacts of the diocese. Her most notable task...

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